The History of Giant Robots in Pop Culture

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Even if you aren’t a fan of the genre, there’s no denying how satisfying it is to watch giant robots battle giant monsters. Pacific Rim: Uprising is the newest addition to a long list of giant-robot-centric fiction that’s emerged during the last 60 years. Here’s a look back at how the genre first began.

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The History of Giant Robots in Pop Culture